Since its launch in April of 2015, a lot has been expected from upstart comic book publisher AfterShock Comics. With a veteran management team at the helm and a stable of star-studded creative talent, AfterShock is looking to make an impact in the competitive comic book market. Their initial slate of titles have been released and they demonstrate a unique and eclectic mix of genres influenced by dynamic creators. Here is my first impression of the first wave of books from AfterShock.
DC Comics may have outdone themselves with their running themed variant covers for the month of March 2015. After some fun and gorgeous variants in 2014 like Darwin Cooke (December), LEGO (November), and Bombshells (June) to name a few DC Comics is continuing to bring some creative covers in 2015. January will feature Flash throughout the company line in celebration of his 75th Anniversary, February will bring everyone’s favorite wild card, Harley Quinn, on DC covers, and perhaps the best mash-ups of comics and famous movie posters will arrive in March.